A father of four who died following an assault in Mitchelstown, Co Cork was remembered as a "one in a million family man" who loved a good chat and had a hearty laugh, his requiem mass in his native Ballindangan heard today.
A man in his 20s has been charged with the murder of a father of four in a bar in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, over the weekend.
RTÉ sports journalist Pat McAuliffe claimed at Cork District Court yesterday that he was arrested for no reason when having a pint with his friend and said no one who knew him would believe what was said against him.
A bad foot infection was blamed by a motorist for why he was drink-driving, despite multiple convictions for drink driving, having no insurance, and a 10-year driving ban.
A Corkman claimed two gardaí threw him down the front steps of the Bridewell Garda Station but CCTV showed one guard holding the front door and advising him to be careful of the steps.
The home of a Polish man in Cork was subjected to a sustained attack by a gang of men who threw stones at the property, causing €4,000 worth of damage.
A 73-year-old man was convicted yesterday of indecently assaulting his teenage daughter over 31 years ago on a big night of the TV series Glenroe — the marriage of Biddy and Miley.
Gardaí dealing with an extremely volatile public order situation in Cork City last Christmas time had to contend with two women calling the crowd to rebel against the gardaí.
A judge has today warned a mother she will go to jail for seven days for each day her 15-year-old daughter fails to attend school.
A man arrested while carrying a loaded rifle and ammunition after a stolen 4x4 crashed on the outskirts of Cork City has been remanded in custody.
Two farmers in dispute over a right of way were told their behaviour amounted to “shocking rubbish” by a judge who convicted one of them for assault.
Interpol is still assisting gardaí with the investigation into a double murder in Co Kerry in June, a court was told yesterday.
Three men charged in connection with a foiled raid at the house of a Cork businessman have been further remanded in custody.
A man charged with the murder of a mother of three in Cork last February has been remanded in custody for another month for service of the book of evidence.
Three men who were arrested by gardaí after attempting to raid a businessman’s house have been refused bail after appearing at a special sitting of Cork District Court.
A 16-year-old Dublin boy, who wanted to be locked up so he could do the Leaving Certificate, had his wish granted today when he was detained by a judge for 16 months.
A Chinese national is to go on trial accused of the murder of a man in Dublin city centre in May.
A 23-year-old Canadian student has appeared in court charged with assault causing harm to a French medic in Dublin's Temple Bar over the weekend.
A prison officer has appeared in court accused of possessing cannabis and cocaine for sale or supply at Mountjoy jail.
A judge has sought clarification on whether or not a youth's unprovoked attack on a Somalian refugee was racially motivated.
A Dublin youth was remanded in custody today after he was charged with attempted murder in relation to a suspected hit-and-run, which left a man brain damaged.
A judge today accused the Roma community of raising their children to steal saying they were responsible for “our shops being robbed blind".
A 17-year-old boy, who claimed he was forced to store a stash of cocaine worth €1,300 after his father gave evidence against a criminal, has been spared a custodial sentence.
A 13-year-old boy facing a litany of charges at the Dublin Children’s Court was remanded in custody today because he had no family member to take him home.
A 17-year-old boy has been sent forward for trial to the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court over a €20,000 cannabis seizure.
A 14-year-old boy arrested for trespassing on a stranded boat belonging to businessman Harry Crosbie has been remanded in custody by Judge Aingeal Ní Chondúin at the Dublin Children’s Court.
A 15-year-old girl apparently abandoned by her parents, who went to England two years ago leaving her to fend for herself, was remanded in custody today.
A 17-year-old girl who set on a classmate at their training course because their families were feuding has been spared a fine and criminal conviction after she made a donation to charity.
A 17-year-old girl who set on another girl at their training course because their families had been feuding, has been ordered to pay money to charity or else she will be fined and receive a criminal conviction.
A judge today urged the lawyer of a 15-year-old pregnant Romanian girl, who is charged with a shoplifting offence and living in Ireland without her parents, to get the HSE involved in her case.
A judge today rejected a 12-year-old boy’s plea to be released from a juvenile detention centre where he is being held for psychological and educational assessments.
Two youths arrested over a seizure of cannabis worth €40,000 in Finglas, in Dublin, earlier this week were remanded in custody with consent to bail today.
A 16-year-old boy charged with the murder of Dubliner Aidan O‘Kane, who was shot dead near his home last month, was remanded on bail today for 12 weeks pending the preparation of a book of evidence.
A RETIRED Department of Defence engineer was bound to the peace for 12 months after a court heard he told a victim support worker he had hired thugs to harm his neighbours.
TV3 APPRENTICE star Shane Davey faced a bigger challenge than a boardroom showdown with Bill Cullen when he appeared before Dún Laoghaire District Court yesterday on an assault charge.
A 16-year-old boy who took part in a violent gang mugging of a teenager, has turned his back on a care plan set up for him, the Children’s Court has been told.
A 17-year-old boy, who has pleaded not guilty to an attack where he allegedly tried to push a Garda off a third floor flat complex balcony, has been remanded on continuing bail by the Dublin Children’s Court.
A 13-year-old schoolboy, who set a girl’s hair on fire as they were travelling on a bus, has been ordered to write a letter of apology and to pay to get her hair restyled.
A teenager, who allegedly slashed a man’s face with a glass during a hotel bar row over a spilt pint, was today served with a book of evidence and sent forward for trial to the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
A LIMERICK man was yesterday charged at the city’s district court with the murder of a Southill neighbour on Saturday night.
A judge today hit out at the parents of a teenage Roma girl found guilty of an attempted house break-in, saying they had deprived the child of an education for nine years and were “living in the 19th century.”
A teenager who took part in a burglary of the offices of the Department of the Environment, in the Custom House in Dublin, has been remanded on bail pending sentence.
The State has been granted further time to prepare the book of evidence in the case of three youths charged with murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 26-year-old man in north Dublin last year.
The son of crime boss John Gilligan yesterday escaped a prison sentence after he was fined €1,100 for possessing €1,000 worth of cocaine.
A 16-year-old boy was tracked down by the garda helicopter after he tried to steal a car, a court has heard.
Two boys aged 13 and 16 years have been charged in connection with an arson attack on a house where they allegedly caused €150,000 worth of damages.
A 15-year-old girl, who spent four months in a detention centre for theft of €13 worth of toiletries, has been released from custody to commence a placement in a children’s care unit.
A 14-year-old boy, who threatened Fine Gael TD and former Lord Mayor of Dublin Catherine Byrne that he would "petrol bomb her gaff" and "get her girls", has been released on probation for six months.
POP star Samantha Mumba appeared in court yesterday in connection with a number of alleged driving offences.
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